Watch Spanish La Liga 2017-18 – Live Stream

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beIN Sports USA HQ1, Sky Sports Football HQ3 and beIN Sports LA LIGA (SPANISH) in HQ2.

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The Primera Divisióncommonly known as La Liga and as La Liga Santander for sponsorship reasons with Santander is the top professional association football division of the Spanish football league system. Administrated by the Liga de Fútbol Profesional (LFP), La Liga is contested by 20 teams, with the three lowest-placed teams relegated to the Segunda División and replaced by the top two teams in that division plus the winner of a play-off.

The 2017–18 La Liga season, also known as La Liga Santander for sponsorship reasons, is the 87th since its establishment. The season will begin on 18 August 2017 and conclude on 20 May 2018. The fixtures of the 2017–18 season were released on 21 July 2017.

Real Madrid are the defending champions.

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Date/Time Competition Teams Links
25 August 2017 / 20:30 GMT +2 Germany – Bundesliga FC Cologne vs Hamburger SV HD 1
25 August 2017 / 20:45 GMT +2 France – Ligue 1 Paris Saint Germain vs Saint-Etienne HD 2
25 August 2017 / 20:45 GMT +2 England – Championship Bristol City vs Aston Villa HD 3

Spanish La Liga 2017-18 Fixtures:

Once the fixtures are announced we will update this page into the fixture format with all 38 weeks of schedule listed here week by week. Fixtures will be announced on Thursday, 20 July 2017 at 12:30 CET and you can visit this page to download the entire La Liga fixture list right here. In the meantime here are some important dates for the upcoming 2017-18 La Liga and domestic cup seasons.

Spanish La Liga 2017-2018 Fixtures – Important Dates (Confirmed)
 DETAILS  DATES
2017-18 La Liga Fixture Release Date  Thursday, 20 July 2017 (Confirmed)
La Liga 2017-18 – Start Date  Saturday, 12 August 2017 (Confirmed)
La Liga 2017-18 – End Date Sunday, 13 May 2018 (Confirmed)
Spanish Super Cup (Charity Shield) Sunday, 06 August 2017 (Confirmed)
Copa Del Rey Final 20 May 2018 (Confirmed)
First Set of Changes In La Liga Fixtures After Champions League Fixtures announced in September

Spanish La Liga 2017-18 TV Channels Broadcasting Worldwide

Spanish La Liga 2017-18 season will starting on Saturday, 19th August 2017 and the full fixture list is already released. Going into the new season, Spanish FA and all top division clubs will welcome the new combined TV deal both on domestic and international territories. Spanish FA has promised extensive LA Liga coverage throughout the world and below is the list of channels broadcasting Spanish top division matches live in different parts of the world.

Telefonica la liga tv dealLa Liga Broadcasting in Spain: Like we mentioned before 2017-18 season broadcasting rights in Spain will be shared between three networks. Telefonia the parent company of Moviestar has the primary deal where they will show best rated La Liga games every week on their subscription based channel. GOL tv will have couple of low rated games live plus highlights. beIN La Liga will also get a few live games every week on their subscription channel.

beINSports la liga coverageWorldwide Broadcasting: As far as the worldwide coverage for 2017-18 La Liga season is concerned, this season the coverage will be even more extensive as La Liga has sold rights in more territories compared to last few seasons.

 

TV Channels Broadcasting Spanish La Liga 2016-17 Worldwide
COUNTRY TV Channels
Spain Telefonica (Moviestar +), GOL TVbeIN La Liga
USA beIN Sports (signed a new deal)
Canada  beINSports
Caribbean Sports Max and ESPN
South America ESPN Latin America (selected matches live every week), DirectTV (every match available live)
Middle-East countries  beINSports (Both in English and Arabic)
United Kingdom  Sky Sports (sign new three year deal worth £18million a season)
Ireland Sky Sports
Australia beIN Sports Australia
New Zealand & Pacific Countries beIN Sports
Brazil   ESPN Brazil (selected matches) FoxSports  (Exclusive rights with Portuguese coverage)
Mexico  Direct TV & ESPN Latin
Puerto Rico beIN Sports
Middle-east & North Africa beIN Sports (exclusive rights all over middle-eastern countries plus several north african countries)
South Africa & Sub-Sahara Africa  Super Sport (exclusive rights in South Africa in english coverage), Canal+(french coverage in some african countries)
Brunei & Malaysiya beIN Sports (exclusive rights in Brunei and Malaysia)
India & Sub-Continent countries Son Six & Son Kix (Exclusive rights in India, Pakistan Bangladesh and other adjacent countries) Geo Super (Pakistan)
Scandaniva Viasat Sport (Exclusive rights in Denmark, Finland, Sweden & Norway)
Thailand beIN Sports
Philippines beIN Sports
Singapore beIN Sports
Vietnam K+
South Korea SPOTV
Macau PPTV
Germany Laola.Tv & Spox.com (mobile & online streams)
France  beINSports (exclusive rights of La Liga in France with french coverage)
Italy  FoxSports Italia (Exclusive rights)
Austria Laola.Tv & Spox.com (mobile & online streams)
Belgium Eleven Sports (selected matches), TeleNet
Czech Republic DigiTV
Portugal  SportTV (Exclusive rights)
Russian NTV Plus (exclusive rights)
Ukraine Football1
Turkey LigTV
Poland Eleven Sports
Romania & Slovakia DigiSport (exclusive rights in Romania and Slovakia)
Eastern European Countries Sport Klub (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovania)
Switzerland TeleClub
Netherlands ZiggoSports
South Korea KBS N Sports & SkySports
Japan WOWOW
Ex-Soviet Countries Setanta Sports (exclusive rights in countries like Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan)
Indonesia Orange TV
Chine & Taiwan PPTV (exclusive rights in Chine and Taiwan). Guangdong Sports (selected matches in some Chinese states)
Some Eastern European NTV Plus (exclusive rights)
Some Baltic Countries Setanta Sports (exclusiv rights in Armenia, Belarus, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania Moldova)
Thailand & Cambodia beIN Sports

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